Monday, July 27, 2009

X6 BMW Ambulance 2009

This is completely practical and comes equipped with a steering system, speed control with a brake function and LED warning lights. The BMW X6 Ambulance will be making its debut at this week’s RETTmobil trade show for saving and motility vehicles in Germany.
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There are many circumstances when taking earlier to a medical provision can be compulsory and save a lot of lives, so then we have no choice but to be glad that these types of ambulances are being advanced.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Q5 Custom Concept Audi 2009

The tried-and-tested front-wheel drive – amplified by the newly developed, ESP-controlled active front differential lock – certifies optimum transfer of power to the road.
Audi Q5 Custom Concept
The concept is powered by a 3.0 TFSI V6 engine that now delivers 408 hp. The sprint from 0 to 60 mph it is made in just 4,4 seconds, while maximum speed is limited to 155 mph.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Alpina B6 GT3 BMW 2009

Based on the BMW 6 Series, ALPINA has advanced an ambitious machine gun for touring-car racing that will be suggested to customers, collectors and race teams alike.
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Alpina has fitted adjustable everything to the car and a full array of electronic control systems to ensure that gentlemen racers – not just professional drivers – will be able to handle it and so that the car will qualify for a wide array of racing series.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

BMW 7 Series 2009

The new BMW 7-Series can be detailed with the world's most advanced Night Vision system in a production car. BMW was the first manufacturer to fit a Night Vision system to a premium car, and it has now upgraded this package to include an individual person recognition system in another world first.
The actual iDrive screen is now over 10 inches wide. Other neat-sounding interior changes we're interested in seeing in person include the new Black Panel display for the IP.

TT RS Audi Roadster

The Audi TTS Roadster comes with an electrohydraulic drive for the soft top, a power wind deflector, plus, for added practicality, a load-through facility.

The superior performance of the TTS can be partly attributed to the technology of its bodywork, whose hybrid construction combines two different types of materials. Steel is used at the rear end, while the front and center sections of the body are built from lightweight aluminum.